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Arnon Krongrad, MD left a comment for kino marani
"It's interesting. Some patients seem to have more pain on one side. The reasons are not known.   You may want to read through some of the discussion threads on this forum to see how others have approached similar situations."
Jan 4, 2011
kino marani left a comment for Arnon Krongrad, MD
"Hi Dr.Arnon, Thank you for message. Yes, in the beginning, I was treated with Ciprofloxacin. It diminished the symptoms for just a couple of days, , then the relapse came. Just to add some data: PSA is 0.8, urine test and cultive are normal. US of…"
Jan 3, 2011
Arnon Krongrad, MD left a comment for kino marani
"Dear Kino,   Welcome to the social network. Thank you for the clear explanation.   Have you never been treated with antibiotics?   Arnon"
Jan 3, 2011
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If you have been diagnosed with prostatitis, please tell us your story: age, duration of symptoms, treatments, results, and the like.
age: 41. married, 4 kids
suffering from symptoms for 3 months
diagnosed as CPPS
intermittent pain in left scrotum, butt
intermittent pain while orinating
sometimes pain the day after sexual relations
symptoms worse while driving, seating for long periods of time
symptoms fade while in good mood and relaxed
symptoms seem to worse while anxious and tense
Treated with Permixon (Serenoa repens) 160 mg twice a day, symptoms totally disappeared for one week with beginning of treatment, then reappeared and continued for the whole two months with the Permixon

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At 8:48am on January 3, 2011, Arnon Krongrad, MD said…

Dear Kino,

 

Welcome to the social network. Thank you for the clear explanation.

 

Have you never been treated with antibiotics?

 

Arnon

At 1:31pm on January 4, 2011, Arnon Krongrad, MD said…

It's interesting. Some patients seem to have more pain on one side. The reasons are not known.

 

You may want to read through some of the discussion threads on this forum to see how others have approached similar situations.

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